Parish Council

The Parish Council is the leadership body within the parish community.  Its basic purpose is to set the broad direction for the parish.  They determine the parish goals each year and are instrumental in seeing that the goals are met.

The Parish Council meetings are monthly from September through May.  The Council membership includes: the pastor, a representative from each commission, a representative from the senior members of the parish, the youth, vicariate council, and area representatives.

The parish is divided into nine geographical areas.  See the map below.  Each area has a representative on the Parish Council.  The primary functions of the area representatives are to:

  • Serve as a communication link between the parishioners and the council (all parishioners are to anticipate a personal phone call from their elected representative).
  • Coordinate monthly fellowships.

Area Map

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